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There is NO way that any clothing fell over the top of the tub into the sides of the washer, Emily. NO way. It's nearly impossible to believe that you even had enough clothing in there to spill water.
If you stuffed it enough to force clothing over the top of the tub, then the agitator could not possibly have functioned.
Just for the... impossibility... that clothing DID spill over the top, to get them out you would have to pull the dryer out and remove the back and/or the top. You'd see the spilled clothing immediately.
No - no, no, no. I CANNOT believe you overloaded it that much.
Are you sure that is not the "bleach chamber"?
To avoid risk of "bleaching" some parts of clothes with concentrated, bleach, the washer will get the bleach only when water is full & washing has started.
Non-bleaching detergent can just be put in with dry clothes.
Remove front of machine with putty knife/slide knife in at top of front on left and right u will see the tabs.. there is a pressure tube that attachs to tub on the left side remove tube. DONT BREAK OF THE *** it is most likly pluged use small wire to clean tube and the little *** that it gos on to// put tube back on (SPIN AND DRAIN MACHINE) test on all load sizes.. good luck thank you for voting.............................
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Kenmore you failed. Claudia Bennett, Boston [email protected]
I should have kept the older unsophisticated model ...my basement smells...I did not know I am supposed to be a technician to wash my clothes!!!!!!!!!!!!
you only need to check the filter once a month or so depending on what you wash - blankets for example give off a lot of fluff. to help prevent water spilling out when you check, put machine on drain and check filter while draining.
look for debris in the filter, remove the bottom front panel ( 3 screws on bottom) Unplug washer , open the large access filter screw on in center , be ready for excess water to spill on floor, clean filter and be sure the pump impellers spin freely.